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Daniel Kaufman, MD

Daniel Kaufman, M.D., joined TUCC in September 2019. He completed his internship in General Surgery and Residency in Urology at Lahey Hospital and Medical Center outside of Boston, MA.  In addition to General Urology, he has specific interests and training in, Kidney Stone Disease, Endourology, BPH, urethral stricture disease, Erectile Dysfunction/Peyronie’s disease, male and female incontinence and da Vinci Robotic Surgery.

Dr. Kaufman earned his Doctorate in Medicine at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago. He has a B.A. in Psychology from Northwestern University.  Prior to his medical training he worked in the consulting industry with a focus on optimizing quality and cost effectiveness in health care delivery.  In his free time, he enjoys hiking, skiing, fly fishing, golf, tennis, cooking, wood working and spending time with his family.

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Specialties

  • Kidney Stone Disease
  • Endourology
  • BPH
  • Urethral Stricture Disease
  • Erectile Dysfunction/Peyronie's disease
  • Male and Female Incontinence
  • Da Vinci Robotic Surgery

Virtual OAB Discussion 2/10/2021

Approx. 1 in 6 Adults experience overactive bladder. That’s around 37 million adults in the US.* Did you know there are many ways to treat OAB and get back to living the life you want. Join Lisa Zwiers, PA-C at The Urology Center of Colorado and specialist at treating overactive bladder and incontinence, for a

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COVID-19 Vaccine – What’s Our Why

**Vaccines are not offered at The Urology Center of Colorado – please refer to you primacy care physician for your options** We are living in a historic time when scientists, governments, and healthcare experts around the world are coming together to fight COVID-19. The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has authorized the emergency

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Men’s Pelvic Health Seminar 2/17/2021

Relating the Pelvic Floor to Pain and Other Problems Seminar Overview: The pelvic floor muscles and the relationships these muscles have to other parts of our body are important, and often overlooked contributors to low back pain, hip, perineum, and pelvic pain. Potential pelvic floor problems may manifest as follows: Persistent pain in the abdomen, hips,

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